Energy and marine resources
The growing world population will need more and more food and energy. Sustainable use of marine resources will help to meet this demand.
Climate and forest
Indonesia has the world's third largest expanse of tropical forests. Indonesia has set a bold target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from the forest and land use sectors, and Norway aims to support the Government of Indonesia's efforts to realize its commitment.
Development policy and humanitarian efforts
Worldwide, 800 million people are living in extreme poverty, and 70 million people have been forced to flee their homes. We have a global responsibility to help people in need and contribute to long-term development and a more just world.
Peace, stability and security
The security challenges facing the world are becoming increasingly complex. Norway will meet these challenges through its strong commitment to NATO, its broad engagement in peace and reconciliation efforts and through international cooperation.
Modern Norway is characterised by a high level of welfare, gender equality and economic stability.
Climate change and the environment
Climate change and environmental damage are two of the most dramatic challenges facing the world today. Many countries are already feeling the effects of climate change. In our part of the world, the changes in the Arctic region are particularly dramatic and worrying.
Arts and culture
Norway has a vibrant arts and culture sector. Today, as in the past, many Norwegian artists and other cultural professionals find inspiration beyond Norway’s national borders.
The High North
Large parts of Norway lie north of the Arctic Circle. Sound management of the abundant Arctic resources is high on Norway’s agenda. This requires global cooperation based on scientific knowledge and international law.